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 Post subject: Re: Cruise Control issue?
Posted: Sun Nov 06, 2011 10:52 am 
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I'm in Mildura, Victoria. There are 3 wreckers yards here, One is totally crap, The other is sort of okay when they have Ford parts in but can be very expensive, The other is pretty good but don't get much new stock in too often.

Come down to Campbellfield mate you'll be in heaven.


Pick A Part next to Sims Metal? I use to go there about 4 times a week when I was living in Melbourne.... I love that place.

4 Times a week? why? was u smuggling bits a a time hahahaha

 

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 Post subject: Re: Cruise Control issue?
Posted: Sun Nov 06, 2011 10:57 am 
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ford-racer46 wrote:
revcore wrote:
wild-el wrote:
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I'm in Mildura, Victoria. There are 3 wreckers yards here, One is totally crap, The other is sort of okay when they have Ford parts in but can be very expensive, The other is pretty good but don't get much new stock in too often.

Come down to Campbellfield mate you'll be in heaven.


Pick A Part next to Sims Metal? I use to go there about 4 times a week when I was living in Melbourne.... I love that place.

4 Times a week? why? was u smuggling bits a a time hahahaha


Smuggled out enough parts to make a complete car :lol:

But seriously though, When I had my Mk II Escort coupe I would go there alot to see if any new Escorts were in....Escort parts always went quick. I was lucky enough to get a genuine RS2000 steering wheel in real nice condition for something like $20 or however much it was back then.

 

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 Post subject: Re: Cruise Control issue?
Posted: Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:56 am 
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So just to re-cap so we dont get lost....
Possible causes of Cruise control malfunctions are:
Broken buttons
Fuses
Faulty brake pedal switch
Wrong or blown light bulb/bulbs
Master cylinder plugy switchy thing onthe side may have fluid in it or be boken
Cruise contol modual
ANYTHING ELSE?? :shock:

 

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 Post subject: Re: Cruise Control issue?
Posted: Sun Nov 06, 2011 12:00 pm 
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ford-racer46 wrote:
So just to re-cap so we dont get lost....
Possible causes of Cruise control malfunctions are:
Broken buttons
Fuses
Faulty brake pedal switch
Wrong or blown light bulb/bulbs
Master cylinder plugy switchy thing onthe side may have fluid in it or be boken
Cruise contol modual
ANYTHING ELSE?? :shock:


The cruise control works but I can't increase speed when I push the + SET button so it is the buttons that are to blame. I'll know more once I remove the airbag and take a look....Might even be a loose connection or something perhaps.

 

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